Opinion

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Paige K. Bradley profiles the NYC radio station that subverts the role of the celebrity and has a place for everyone on its airwaves

BY Paige K. Bradley | 30 MAY 22

Featuring Emma Stone, Damien Bonnard and a well-trained trip of goats, the Greek director’s silent short frees him from the pressures of the box office

BY Rory O'Connor | 26 MAY 22

Mariama Attah, Anna Frances Douglas and Jeremy Millar revisit John Berger’s famed television series and book

Patrick Kurth speaks to Siddhartha Lokanandi about his Berlin bookstore and creating a space for seduction and indecipherability

BY Siddhartha Lokanandi AND Patrick Kurth | 24 MAY 22

Rory O’Connor watches the filmmaker’s distinctive oeuvre which brings low-budget austerity to the film festival circuit

BY Rory O'Connor | 23 MAY 22

Emma McCormick-Goodhart speaks to Camille Norment about her sound installation at Dia Chelsea and how we can better learn to read the room

Released this month, Jhumpa Lahiri's new book explores her relationship with the Italian language as a writer and translator

 

BY Anandi Mishra | 11 MAY 22

Jack Halberstam on how abstraction can offer a means of representing, complicating, dispersing and concealing trans embodiment

BY Jack Halberstam | 29 APR 22

Imani Mason Jordan speaks to the artist about how the pandemic has affected her work and what her plans are for Venice

BY Imani Mason Jordan | 22 APR 22

Chloe Aridjis considers surrealism’s resurgence and how its magical qualities provide a framework for positive transformation

BY Chloe Aridjis | 21 APR 22

Hettie Judah on five spirit mediums, political agitators, self-taught outsiders or surrealists that ‘bite back’ in Cecilia Alemani’s Venice exhibition

BY Hettie Judah | 13 APR 22

The frieze team selects the projects they are most looking forward to at the Giardini’s Central Pavilion and the Arsenale

BY frieze | 12 APR 22

The frieze team selects the projects they are most looking forward to at the Giardini’s Central Pavilion and the Arsenale

BY frieze | 11 APR 22

A new production, playing at New York’s Public Theater, traces anti-Asian violence in the US but relies too heavily on anti-racist tropes

BY Harley Wong | 06 APR 22

The Austrian artist Wolfgang Zinggl looks back on his social practice collective’s project for the 1999 Venice Biennale

BY Wolfgang Zinggl | 04 APR 22

The writer’s new collection of essays repositions Indiana as a prescient analyst of US art and politics

BY Daniel Felsenthal | 31 MAR 22

In Does Your House Have Lions (2021), the filmmaking duo explore the meaning of friendship, community and freedom against a backdrop of inequality and state violence

The artist and author’s new novella, ‘Tuesday or September or The End’, imagines an alternative collective future

BY Travis Diehl | 14 MAR 22

Artists Matt Peterson and Malek Rasamny on their multimedia project, which investigates the parallels between North American Indigenous reservations and Palestinian refugee camps

The Filipino artist-activist collective shares a chart outlining their organizing strategies

BY SAKA | 14 MAR 22